Fiction • Patricia Engel
Fausto and I were together seven years by then. The neighborhood people still called us los niños even though we were twenty-five, not kids at all. We were at Virginia Key, the segregated beach in the not-so-old days, and maybe it still is because you only see inland Colombians there now. It was [...]
Patricia Engel was born to Colombian parents and raised in New Jersey. Her first book, Vida (Grove Press), was named a New York Times Notable Book and Editors’ Choice, a Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers selection, and a Barnes & Noble Best Book of 2010.
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